A lasting legacy in health: Rwandan clinic built with Umubano medic's funds will give thousands access to medicine
High up in the mist of the Rwandan hills, there is a health centre. Far from the stacked tin roofs of the Rwandan capital, the clinic sits atop rolling pastures and paddy fields which glisten in the heat of the afternoon.
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Freedom of information requests by the New Statesman to the Department for Education, however, have found that 31 of the
No journalist worth his or her salt should rejoice in the downfall of another. There are plenty of commentators in particular
The most illuminating issue to have emerged from the recent News International scandal is just how do we trust and put our faith in Mr Cameron again?
PRESS ASSOCIATION - The Government has been accused in the High Court of acting outside its powers when it introduced controversial
It is 1994. In Rwanda's Gisimba Orphange, 400 people huddle in silence. Terrified children hide in roof spaces and crawl under bunk beds to escape the regular onslaught of attackers. The people are a bribe, desperate plea or second glance away from slaughter.